yes, but it's not recommended or good for the engine. 5w30 is the factory recommended oil. it's not as thick, where 10w40 will likely clog the engine.
5W30 GTX Gastrol is a real good oil to use. Kendell is good to. Factory weight is 5W30
Any major brand 5w30.Any major brand 5w30.
The majority of 4 cylinders use a good 10W 40 Motor oil. No It Will Do Just Fine With 10W40
usually 10w40 semi synthetic is a good choice
10w40 is good. Check out Motul.
It's probably not bad in warmer climates (say above freezing), and maybe even beneficial in southern USA summers, but ultimately depends on the operating environment. If you live in a particularly cold climate, 10W40 definitely wouldn't be the best choice in the winter. Many newer Dakota engines call for 5W30 across the board, but check with your local Dodge dealer for the best choice for your operating environment.
A good quality 10w40 oil is good. Check with your local Honda dealer.
what type of oil should i change for Nissan sentra 2006 Normally 10W30 or 10W40 is good thicker for older cars 10W40 is thicker FYI
A good brand of 5w30
10w40 would be a good choice for this engine.
Whatever brand you prefer. Just make sure it's a good brand 5w-30 weight. Here is more input: * 5W30 oil in your choice of brands will work just fine. * Regular 5w30 in cold climate. Use synthetic oil. Works wonders. * 10w40 or 10w30, Chilton book warns against using synthetic oil saying it causes leakage in the motor. It recommends 10w30 as an all around oil.